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Paseo

[pə-SAY-oh]

Part of speech: noun

Origin: Spanish, 19th century

1.

(In Spain or Spanish-speaking parts of the southwestern U.S.) a leisurely walk or stroll, especially one taken in the evening in which young people may socialize with each other.

2.

(In the U.S.) A plaza or walkway for strolling.

Examples of Paseo in a sentence

"The young couple took a leisurely paseo on the footbridge."

"The campus has a gorgeous paseo made of red brick. "

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